110 Bite Sized Self Help Super Tips [NOOK Book]

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Discover How You Can Improve Your Relationship, Enjoy a Kick Butt Career & Skyrocket Your Wealth Starting Today - One 'Bite' At A Time...

Here are 10 sample tips ...
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110 Bite Sized Self Help Super Tips

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Overview

Discover How You Can Improve Your Relationship, Enjoy a Kick Butt Career & Skyrocket Your Wealth Starting Today - One 'Bite' At A Time...

Here are 10 sample tips from the book.

1. Eat breakfast- start the day off right with a quick morning breakfast.
Fruit and yoghurt, granola and milk or whole-wheat toast and peanut
butter will ensure you start on the right foot.

2. Relax in the morning- get up a couple minutes early and savour that
extra time. Enjoy a cup of coffee while watching the sun rise; take a
few extra minutes to yourself in the shower; or go for a quick brisk
walk around the block to get your heart pumping. There’s nothing
worse than starting your day in a rush. A few minutes in the morning
can make a world of difference.

3. Exercise with a friend- Exercise releases endorphins, which can lift
your sprit as well as help you maintain a healthy weight. However,
sometimes it can be hard to get out of bed and actually hit the gym.
Combining your friendly chatter with exercise can make exercise
much more fun. Working out with a friend, whether this is a morning
stroll, a spin class, an evening run or anything else, can keep you
motivated and revved for the rest of the day.

4. Don’t just drink water, enjoy water- tap water is fine, in most
instances, but pure water makes a big difference. It’s important to
drink 2 litres of water each day; however, this shouldn’t seem like a
chore. Add some ice cubes, cordial and enjoy water through a fun
straw to make it more indulgent. Water doesn’t have to be just water.

5. Pop a vitamin a day- it’s amazing what one little pill can do for your
health. Multi vitamins can give your body the nourishment it is
lacking. We can’t eat perfect balanced and healthy all the time, which
is why vitamins were created.

6. Hide (or throw away) the scale- a scale is the only ingredient you
need for a recipe for disaster when it comes to self-improvement.
Hide it. Throw it away and don’t think about it. You have more
important things to worry about than your weight. If you feel great on
the inside, then it will show on the outside, regardless of what that
darned scale says.

7. Stop Smoking- quitting is hard; not quitting is even harder. If you are
a smoker, start small and get the help you need. Limiting your
cigarette intake is the first step to a healthier you and an improved
lifestyle.

8. Aim for 30- 30 minutes of exercise each day is recommended by
health professionals. This includes simple changes to your lifestyle like
incorporating a walk into your evening activities, taking the stairs
instead of the elevator and riding your bike to work once and a while.

9. Stretch- stretching can keep your muscles feeling relaxed and also
helps to relieve stress.

10. Follow the food guide- The health professionals made the daily food
chart for a reason. Try to get 2 servings of fruit, five servings of fruit,
dairy and protein each day.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013743724
  • Publisher: Lou Diamond
  • Publication date: 1/11/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 374,807
  • File size: 139 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 13, 2012

    Sam's Journey Into The Land Of Mordor, Where Shadows Lie.

    U dont just rock into mordor.....DO YOU????? Or u throw rocks at the black gates. *throws rocks at the black ates for a few hours, gets turned into a pincushion, and leaves* not gunna work. Toss gimli? But dont tell the elf? I dont think so. The only efficient way to get the ring into mount doom is to catapult it. It has been proven. Wrong. Thts why im saying this from a dungeon. It wuz boromir's idea. CURSE U. Also.....are there orc females? Or do orcs just pop out of breeding sacks? Psh. I doubt it. Here is a short summary for....er....all ages to understand. Here it is: after recieving a ring, frodo must throw it in a big volcano to blow it up. But things get complicated..and scary.....like wizard with long finger nails scary. *shudders* after destroying the ring, frodo goes to valinor and ruins the ppls lives there. THE END. See wut i mean about simple for all? Pft. I amaze myself. How? I hav no idea. Thats for u to decide. But i think i have a solution for getting out of here...including becoming the ultimate Anti-Christ and breaking all h e l l on mordor. I mean even more h e l l. Hav u ever been bossed by saruman? Ppl say u turn to stone just smelling his breath. But, thts never been confirmed....since no one has survived and encounter with him. Anyways. B-R-E-F STANK. TWO WORDS. ALTOIDS. GUM. Uhoh....here he comes. Saruman: do u know how much trouble uve been causing?! Me: uuuuhhhhhmmmm.......none? Saruman: No!!!! Uve kept my poor little goblets awake with ur constant talking!!!! Me: goblets? Like cups? Saruman: no u fool!!!! Goblets as in evil toddlers!!!! Me: *sees a few wicked looking hog like babies staring hungrily at me. I scream.* saruman: *starts to cry* stooooop!!!!! *totally loses it. Goes down on his knees.* me: *slips out the door and locks saruman in the cell. Makes a beeline for the bathroom.......er.....nvm....tht wuz th ladies' bathroom. Oops.* so that wuz my valiant escape from mordor. I next bombed rivendell, nd beat gandalf in a game of Risk AD. He wuz furious. So......before the elves tracked me down...i ran out of middle earth, dueled tigger for the bathroom, and then returned home. THE END? NEVER. BAAAAIIIII

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